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Apr 1, 2010 5:00am EDT
. >>> president obama announces an offshore drilling plan expanding oil exploration off the coast of virginia. many environmentalist are not happy about it. they say it puts the blue crab population at risk among other things. >> we need to begin the transition to cleaner fuel now. how could we be doing things better, how could we be doing things smarter. >> reporter: president obama announces plans to open up offshore drilling to make american less dependent on foreign oil. one place the president wants to expand drilling is off the coast of virginia. >> offshore on the atlantic ocean is as much part of the chesapeake bay as we see right here behind me. >> reporter: the chesapeake watershed runs 8,000 square miles from upstate new york down to the susquehanna river, and down to the state of and the mouth bay and virginia beach. the head of the foundation says there's a lot at stake. >> 90% of the state's female blue crabs spawn at the mouth of the bay. the la laver a flow to the bay. an oil spill could literally wipe out an entire year class of blue crabs. >> reporter: baker says it would
Apr 9, 2010 5:00am EDT
for the deterioration of the inner city. >>> rescuers go back into a west virginia mine to find the miners. crews drilled a hole into the mine to help release some the poisonous gases. >> you have to make decisions that are conscious decision inside the best interest of the rescue workers because we can't put them at risk, either. >> so far 25 miners have died since that explosion on monday. the hope to finding the four remaining miners alive is starting to look grim. >>> friends and family members of the miners are outraged over a group planning to protest outside of the site. members of the west borough bant i have church say disasters happen because of maryland's tolerance of gays. they made headlines -- people in the west virginia town want the church members gone. >> they are after him right now. and they're going to come down here and protest it saying that god, you know, has killed them guys. they better take their ass back to texas and they better go now. >> the group plans to be in west virginia for the next few days. >>> with just two days to go lawmakers are expected to continue debati
Apr 8, 2010 5:00am EDT
back into a west virginia mine this morning. they are hoping to find four miners trapped from a deadly blast. they have been working round the clock to ventilate high levels of toxic gas before they send people inside. 25 people were killed in the mine during an explosion on monday afternoon. rescue teams are hoping to find the men alive but that is becoming very doubtful. >> we have two locations that we were talking that people are unaccounted for. they will be fanning out in two different areas. >>> massy energy company owns the mine. and it was find more than $300,000 for serious violations. >>> stay tuned to fox 45 morning news for continuing coverage. we will have the a report on the rescue efforts from west virginia that is coming up from the 7:00 hour. >>> coming up in the early edition, it looked like the end of the road for another idol hopeful. find out the judges thought of getting rid of michael lynch. >>> and maybe not as hot, but warm, with a frontal boundary approaching showers with ñ >>> one more american idol hopeful hits the road. or did they? >> after surviving a s
Apr 30, 2010 5:00am EDT
to move its headquarters to virginia and not maryland. bob ehrlich says the state didn't do enough to entice the prestigious fortune 500 company. governor o'malley denies the claim saying that they were offered $32 million in incentives. but ehrlich says it's not enough. more incentives are necessary to reverse the perception that maryland is not business friendly. >> it appears that we were not taken seriously. we were used for leverage and maybe that got northrop grumman a better deal in virginia. >> the good thing is they have people on who are employed in maryland and they plan to grow that job base in maryland. >> maryland put a competitive offer but ultimately economic and available real estate was the deciding factor. >>> the debate over bringing table games to maryland is a legitimate issue, however he says the state still needs to work kinks in the slot gamble machines program. voters approved bringing as many as 15,000 slot machines to five locations in the state three years ago. it was part of the referendum that the govern or governor o'my supported. none of the locatio
Apr 12, 2010 5:30am EDT
. >>> a team of vegh investigatorl arrive in west virginia to try to determine what caused the deadly bhie mine blast. the blast killed 29 in all. high levels of methane may have had a role. the company that operates the mine, has been cited for violations. the families grieving are trying to find a way to move other. >> we're trying to find closure but the pain is still there. it won't go away. >> it brings the reality that it's a dangerous job and they put their lives on the lines every day. >> this is the deadliest mining desaster since 1970. >>> representatives from near will he 5nearly50 countries wiln washington d.c. top officials from 47 co 47 cous are expected to attend president obama's nuclear summit. it's to keep nuclear weapons out of terrorist hands. the obama administration says the weapons are the biggest single threat to national security. leaders from iran and north korea were not canned to participate. and israel's prime minister declined the invitation. >> the israeli government will be represented at a high-level. and they share our concern over terrorism. >> the historic ga
Apr 12, 2010 5:00am EDT
on what that substance was. >>> a team of investigators will arrive in west virginia today, to try to determine what caused last week's deadly mind blast. rescuers worked over the weekend to remove the bodies left of the miners. high levels of methane gas may have played a role. the company that operates the mine has been repeated fined for ventilation problems. families grieving are trying to find a way to move on. >> we're trying to find closure but the pain it still there. it won't go away. >> it brings the reality that it's a dangerous life and they put their lives on the line every day. >> this is the deadliest mining desaster since 1970. >>> poland comes to grips with the loss of its president and countless other government and millitary leaders. tens of thousands of people watched as the president's body was brought back to the presidential palace in warsaw. on saturday, a plane carrying poland's president crashed in thick fog in western russia. in all 96 people died. there were no survivors. secretary of state, hillary clinton spent time at a polish embassy signing a con do
Apr 19, 2010 5:00am EDT
, the rain in virginia and moving through parts of our area but lighter in and next chance of showers it could be heavier with the thunderstorms, too, that is coming from the next system out in the west, that is moving out of the south and it's driving up our way, the weekend into sunday. that's the way it is right now, but that is a way out, but we will have a chance to see things change there. eastern shore mostly clear skies, winds out of the northwest at 5-15 miles per hour, things are very quiet and comfortable. temperatures getting up to 64 for the central part of the state, northwest wind at 10-15 miles per hour, up to the we have, temperatures to 53 degrees and we will end up where we should be for this time of year. tonight seasonable, 43 for the overnight low, mainly clear skies, turned partly cloud owe overnight, northwest wind at 5-10 miles per hour. as we move through the day today, look for the temperatures to climb out of the 40s quickly and get to 60 degrees by noon. clear skies throughout the day, 62 at 6:00 p.m. after getting to a high of 64 at 2 or 3:00 this afterno
Apr 21, 2010 5:30am EDT
population is up 60%, thanks in large part to working with virginia to conserve the female crabs in the bay. >>> what we saw this year is that those that increased number of adults produced a healthy spawn so we had a good reproduction, a lot of young crabs and still a lot of adult crabs for the highest population we have seen in several decades. >> it's the good news the department of natural resources has been waiting for. yet some the men working those waterways say they just aren't seeing the same thing. >> joel d smith is live in churchton this morning with a man whose lively hood is tied to the crab industry and he is not seeing it the same way, huh, joel. >> reporter: not necessarily, no. there's always differences when we talk about the what the government wants to do and what the guys out there working want to do. we are here to talk about this morning. we have the crab population this morning, and we have the man who is making it work, captain bobby vans. good morning. >> you looked over the study and yothe numbers, what do you thin. >> the numbers look good but a cycle type of t
Apr 22, 2010 5:00am EDT
mailed a gift card to her grandson in virginia with a $50 gift card tucked inside. later he received an empty envelope marked return to the sender and was told that she had been a victim of theft. >> i will never send another gift card or a check in it, never. it's sad. >> reporter: now investigators were able to track down some the missing gift cards taken from the greeting cards and they discovered that the phone number used upon purchase was walsh's, the postal employee here. police arrested walsh on tuesday night at his home in cockeysville. while they were there, they recovered more than 400 gift cards inside of his car there. he is charged with theft of mail. if he is convicted, he could go to jail for more than five years. no word if he would have to pay restitution. live at the post was at fayette street, megan gilliland. fox 45 early edition. >>> students are the target of armed robbers for the second time in two months. the latest incident happened after midnight tuesday at the fraternity house at the 200 block of east berg avenue. one of students of doing homework when si
Apr 22, 2010 5:30am EDT
county and across the chesapeake bay. all of those areas from d.c. and beyond in virginia, until 9:00 a.m. it's going to be hanging around for a while. 52 in washington, it's rather mild because of all the clouds, 48 degrees in salisbury. 48 in hagerstown and 45 in oakland. we're going to pick up again just a chance for an isolated shower as i mentioned to the next front. if we get anything, it will be about .10 of an inch of rainment and that will be in the afternoon hours at 2:00 p.m. it s going to be here and there. most of us won't be affected by the front. that is the culprit if we do see a shower at all. behind it more air will work in. we will see more sunshine behind it, too. with high pressure pushing into the area, we will see more sun and comfortable temperatures. the next frontal boundary, this is the one watching this is going to be the beginning of the a rainy period toward saturday night with a chance of showers. this low being blocked by high pressure up in the northeast is going to hang in here without anything to push it out completely. it will be blocked in place and
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